The legion, in biological classification, is a non-obligatory taxonomic rank within the Linnaean hierarchy.

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Taxonomic rank

In zoological taxonomy, the legion is:

Legions may be grouped into superlegions or subdivided into sublegions, and these again into infralegions.

Use in zoology

Legions and their super/sub/infra groups have been employed in some classifications of birds and mammals. Full use is made of all of these (along with cohorts and supercohorts) in, for example, McKenna and Bell"s classification of mammals.

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Wow! (online service)

Wow! (styled WOW!) was an online service run by CompuServe.com in 1996 and early 1997. Started in March 1996, it was originally thought to be an improved version of CompuServe"s software, but it was later announced that it would be a user-friendly stand-alone "family" online service and was widely advertised on TV as such. Wow! was the first internet service to be offered with a monthly "unlimited" rate ($17.95) and stood out because of its brightly colored, seemingly hand-drakatifund.org pages.

The first release of this program was quite buggy, with many random shutdokatifund.orgs of the service and loss of email messages. The service developed a small, but very loyal fan base. However, this was not enough and the service was shut dokatifund.org on January 31, 1997.

There is a strong group of "WOWIES" who have fought on for years after its demise, to stay connected through chat groups, and a webring. This group believes they were "sold out" by Compuserve because the service was being bought out by AOL, who began offering a $19.95 unlimited service as it was shutting dokatifund.org WOW.


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Wow (Superbus album)

Wow is the third album from the French power pop group Superbus. It reached the sixth place on French album charts. It was released on 16 October 2006.

Track listing

All tracks by Jennifer Ayache

"Le Rock à Billy" (Billy"s Rock) - 2:01 "Ramdam" - 3:16 "Butterfly" - 3:52 "Over You" - 2:43 "Lola" - 2:58 "Tiens Le Fil" (Hold the Wire) - 2:01 "Un Peu De Douleur" (A Little Pain) - 2:47 "Let Me Hold You" - 3:15 "On Monday" - 4:21 "Travel the World" - 3:47 "Jenn Je T"aime" (Jenn I Love You) - 3:16 "Ça Mousse" (It"s Frothing) - 3:11 "Breath "(bonus track) - 3:45 "Heart of glass" (iTunes Bonus Track) "Travel the World" (at Mme Krapabelle a frappe Bart Simpson concert) - 3:47

Personnel

Jennifer Ayache, aka Jenn. – vocalsPatrice Focone, aka Pat. – guitar, backing vocals)Michel Giovannetti, aka Mitch. – guitar)François Even, aka Küntz. – bass, backing vocals)Greg Jacks, (drums)
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Karl Wolf

Carl Abou Samah (Arabic: كارل أبو سمح‎; born April 18, 1979) better knokatifund.org by his stage name Karl Wolf is a Lebanese-born Canadian musician based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has been a singer, songwriter and producer since 2001, releasing his first solo album Face Behind the Face on MapleNationwide/Universal in January 2006, followed by a second album Bite the Bullet in November 2007. His third album Nightlife was released on November 17, 2009 followed by Finally Freeon July 10, 2012. Through his company, Lone Wolf Management, Karl Wolf also manages a number of new artists. In 2015, he announced a new collaboration under the name BAE (Be All Equal) with Show Stephens, Brenda Mullen and producer MasterTrak. Karl just signed two new worldwide deals in Los Angeles, one for a publishing contract with BMG and another Digital "Youtube" deal with Collective Digital Studios.

Early years

Wolf was born as Carl Abou Samah in Beirut, Lebanon. He moved on with his family to Dubai, UAE when he was three-years-old due to the civil war in Lebanon. He studied in UAE"s New Indian Model School. In an interview with Shave Magazine, Karl explained that in Arabic, his family name (Abou Samah) means "father of forgiveness". His stage name "wolf" comes from a nickname he received on his high school basketball team because he was the smallest and quickest in his team. He also says his mother and father drove him to a career in music. Wolf"s mother was a piano teacher and his father played guitar, drums and the traditional Middle Eastern oud.


Flight (Lessing story)

"Flight" is a 1957 short story by Doris Lessing. It deals with an old man who is against his eighteen-year-old granddaughter getting married, bringing him into conflict with not only her and her fiance, but also his daughter, who was herself married even younger and whose other three daughters have already been married.

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No. 1409 Flight RAF

1409 (Meteorological) Flight was formed on 1 April 1943 to provide meteorological information for RAF Bomber Command and the USAAF. Equipped with unarmed de Havilland Mosquito aircraft, the crews of the Flight undertook long range meteorological reconnaissance flights until the end of the Second World War in Europe and continued in this role until 1946.

Formed at RAF Oakington as part of the disbandment of 521 Squadron, the Flight was part of No. 8 Group RAF, the Pathfinders. Flying as single aircraft the missions were codenamed PAMPA (Photorecce And Meteorological Photography Aircraft).

In January 1944 the Flight moved to RAF Wyton where it remained until July 1945 when it moved to RAF Upwood. In October 1945 the Flight was transferred to No. 47 Group RAF and partially re-equipped with Consolidated Liberator aircraft in addition to its Mosquitos at RAF Lyneham. The Flight was disbanded at Lyneham in May 1946.

During the war the Flight flew 1,364 operations for a loss of only 3 aircraft.


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Flight (novel)

Flight is a novel written by Sherman Alexie. It is written in the first-person, from the viewpoint of a Native American teenager who calls himself Zits, "a time traveling mass murderer." Zits is a foster child, having spent the majority of his life moving from one negative or abusive family experience to another. His friend, Justice, introduces Zits to a new way of thinking, and to the idea of committing random violence. Just in the middle of one of these incidents, Zits is thrust into the body of a stranger—which would become the first of many similar incidents. The story confronts Zits" feelings of vulnerability as a misunderstood teenager, orphan, and as a Native American person.

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Plot summary

Flight begins with Zits waking up in a new foster home. Not liking his new family, he shoves his foster mom against the wall and runs out the door. Eventually Officer Dave catches up with him and takes him to jail. While in jail Zits meets Justice, a young white boy who takes Zits under his wing. When Zits is released from jail he finds Justice and they begin their training on how to shoot people. Once Justice believes Zits is ready to commit a real crime, he sends him off to a bank. After opening fire in the lobby, Zits perceives he has been shot in the head, ultimately sending him back in time.